Arsenal face an important summer transfer window this year as they prepare to cement themselves in the top four of the Premier League again.
The Gunners have enjoyed a generally pleasing first campaign under the stewardship of Unai Emery but remain locked in a battle with Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United for the Champions League places.
Also, Arsenal are in the quarter-finals of the Europa League and face a difficult two-legged fixture against Napoli.
There is still plenty to play for in the run-in towards the end of the season, but the Gunners will undoubtedly have one eye on their preparations for the 2019/20 campaign.
Arsenal will be keen to make changes to their first-team squad, and this could happen even without sales, as players near the expiration of their contracts.
Some senior figures are all but set to depart the Emirates Stadium this summer, with no extension to their respective deals seemingly on the table.
Take a look at the players whose contracts in North London expire at the end of the season!
Reports indicated in January that Arsenal had activated their option to extend Monreal’s contract by a further year. However, confirmation of this never came, and as things stand, the Spaniard could be set for a summer exit.
Jenkinson has never truly established himself as anything more than a bit-part player at the Emirates. It’s likely that he’ll leave at the end of his contract this summer.
Lichtsteiner only joined Arsenal last summer from Juventus but has not done enough yet to convince the club to extend his one-year deal. He could be headed for an early end to his career in the Premier League.
Welbeck is out until the end of the season with a significant ankle injury, and this spells bad news for his future at Arsenal. Given his perennial struggles to keep fit, he’s set to be shown the exit door.